Protecting the Integrity & Reputation of Irish Horseracing

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 NON RUNNERS, RESERVES AND FURTHER INFORMATION

Trainers should note the following amendments to the Rules and Regulations which apply to the declaration of non-runners and reserves with effect from 8th April 2019:

1. The cut off time for declaration of non-runners to the Non-Runner Line remains as at present i.e. 1½ hours before the first race.
2. The new cut off time for the declaration of reserves will be 10am for November, December and January (except Dundalk) and 11am for the rest of the year and for all meetings at Dundalk.
3. You must declare a rider for a reserve if not already declared no later than the cut off time for reserves i.e. 10am or 11am as appropriate. Failure to nominate a rider by this time shall render the declaration of the reserve invalid.
4. You must also declare by the cut off time if a rider expects to carry overweight of 2lbs.
5. You should only declare a reserve if you are intending to run. You do not need to declare a reserve not intending to run. All reserves not declared by the declaration time i.e. 10am or 11am as appropriate will be automatically taken out as non-runners.
6. It will not be permissible for a rider declared on a runner to switch to a reserve if the reserve gets a run unless his original mount is a non-runner.
7. Nomination of a rider in instances where the Trainer failed to nominate a Rider to the Registry Office on a declared runner by the deadline and any winner's penalty must be declared to the Non-Runner line or the Clerk of the Scales not later than 1½ hours before the time fixed for the running of the first race.


 NON RUNNERS
DATETRACKRACEHORSEHORSE NAMEEXCUSELOGGED
14/11/2019Clonmel38Blaze A TrailChange in Going14/11/2019 09:15:20
14/11/2019Clonmel64TintangleChange in Going14/11/2019 09:55:01
No Reserves / Further Information at present.
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Stewards Room

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Point to Points

Point to Point racing which is run by The Irish National Hunt Steeplechase Committee has often been described as the lifeblood of the racing industry in Ireland, with good reason.


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Strategic Plan

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IHRB introduce their strategic plan for the organisation (2019 - 2023) to ensure the Integrity of Irish racing continues to be maintained and upheld to the highest standards.

Welcome to the I.H.R.B

As and from 1 January 2018, the Irish Horseracing Regulatory Board is the regulatory body for all horseracing in Ireland.  The Irish Horseracing Regulatory Board is a company limited by guarantee set up by the Turf Club (established 1790) and the Irish National Hunt Steeplechase Committee (established 1866) for the purpose of carrying out the regulatory and licensing functions for Irish horseracing.

The new body is responsible for protecting the integrity and reputation of Irish horseracing in Ireland.  An All-Ireland body the Irish Horseracing Regulatory Board will continue to develop the professional services provided by these two bodies in the regulation of Irish racing for over 200 years.

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